Moab Valley RV & Campark
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Perfectcly OK cottages & excellent pool with hot tub section
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Still in Bryce – Rick and Max hiked into the canyon to Queen's Garden – where there is a rock supposed to look like Queen Victoria – and Maggie and I opted for a flatter hike on the Rim Trail. Bryce had the hardest Junior Ranger program so far so we spent a lot of time completing that. It included cool rubbings of medallions which …
First, I have to start with last night. I walked outside really late, and I cannot believe how many stars I could see. The sky was black and there were a bazillion stars out. I've been told that if you can get away from the city lights (from this huge metropolis of Moab), you can see the Milky Way plain as day. If I'm awake late …
We didn't leave Salt Lake City as early as I really wanted to. We ended up staying up late washing clothes and using internet so I hit snooze a few times more than I should. They also had a continental breakfast downstairs... eggs, sausage, french toast, cheese omelets, muffins, and all the other stuff.... so we had to go eat. When …
... next at the Mesa Arch. This is a pretty famous piece of stone in Canyonlands. As the name might suggest, it is in fact an arch. And true to Utah tradition, absolutely nothing stops idiots from climbing onto it and posing for photos. Like The Yank did. I called out and asked if I’d be able to make it up there. “Hell no, you’d flip out,” was the immediate answer. So I stayed on Earth and took photos. The ...